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to stop the sale of the nap nanny. four infant deaths are associated with a rauled version soft that recliner and one death is associateed with the newest version called the chill. the owner of the company posted a message on the web site saying no infant has ever been hurt when the nap nanny is use aid cording to instructions. >>> christmas is coming to the state cop toll and it's happening live right now. want to show yao a live picture here from sacramento where governor jerry brown -- actually, that's the mayor, kevin johnson, the major of sacramento talking right now. jerry brown is also there. all of this over the lighting of the capitol christmas tree. the governor is getting some help from 10-year-old christian anderson from southern california. this year's tree is a 50-foot-al white fur from shasta county. it's decorated with ornaments made by children and adults who have developmental disabilities. >>> here in the bay area that rain blew through overnight and through the morning early hours. this is our chief meteorologist bill martin said and, bill, it really wasn't a
into explorers. this is lassie's own nap sack. dad helped me make it. you mean you helped him? well...it was my idea. i've got something for you lassie. this is one of our new explorer patches! boy! this makes lassie an explorer. not quite timmy but she can be an honorary one! thanks for everything mrs. martin. i better pack up and be on my way. thank you pat. you've certainly filled my den with enthusiasm. how about it boys! yeah! we better be going fellows. alright now put your glasses down. okay there we are. i'll see you next meeting. see ya. bye. bye. bye. see you tomorrow. there you go. i'd like it if we could go on a hike right now. with nap sacks and everything. me too! mrs. martin? yes? if our mothers say we can go too...and it's alright with you...can timmy go on a hike tomorrow with don and me? well i'm not quite sure what you said but i think i know what you want. can he if we can? well i don't see why not. oh boy! we better be going. come on rudy. see ya tomorrow. bye. thanks again mrs. martin and goodnight. thank you pat. goodnight timmy. bye pat. ♪ hi timmy! oh hi fellows. come
impasse on a piece of paper. ike took a nap and had an idea. ike's farm was close by. called his darnel, barbara, and told her to have the kids all spruced up on the porch of the farmhouse in 30 minutes. he brought him to meet them. ike's great insight about him was that he was a survivor. he survived hitler and stalin, after all. the kremlin leaders, ike said, were not early christian martyrs. they wanted to live. he was charmed and warmed by ike's grandchildren. he had grandchildren too. the next day after some more bickering, lifted the ultimatum on berlin, and the crisis passed. of course, it was not the end of the cold war or end of crisis. eisenhower was a great leader, but he was not perfect. he made mistakes. one of them was trusting the cia too much. in may 1960 on the eve of a summit conference in paris that ike hoped would be the beginning of true day taunt with the soviet union, the cia spy plane, u-2, was shot down over russia. the cia suppressed a study showing aviation missiles climbed high enough to reach the u2 leading ike to believe the pilot would never be captured, d
to say. if they get tired, they just take naps. they're awful to deal with. but they're really good in the movie. >> really good in the movie. it is so very funny. look for one of the funniest scenes from melissa mccarthy on the outtakes. >> she's so great. she's hilarious. >> so are you. the movie is "this is 40." it's in theaters this friday. sam, we need a double-date to go see it again. >>> let's take a look at the weather. >> i'm in. maybe josh will go. he talks through all the movies. >> that's -- true. it's going to be a great movie. >> it's time to update you with a brand-new tally on our warm coats and warm hearts coat drive. do we have the magical drumroll that comes from nowhere? yes, we do. and the total is 69,684 coats for those in need. we can do better. help us out. >> we want you to send pictures of you donating, as well. the #warmcoats. >> let's get to the boards. here are one or two things, josh. >> maybe three. >> maybe three things that you might need to know. holiday lights. send us your holiday lights. we cannot wait to see them. send them to us. baltimore, a l
deductions, both on standard deductions and paring nap or if any changes in the medical deductions. there's a balanced program. this is truly not to the harm or caused greater cost be borne by the economically vulnerable citizens that we have and our program. >> senator reid. >> well, thank you very much, mr. chairman and man secretary. one of the consistent themes here both from your department and from the germans questioning is lowering the deadweight costs on small public housing authorities. one issue that has come recently to our attention is that the agency has recognized in the awarding of grants, there were some errors. we have a province that is in that process. the head to come back and redo the work that administrative costs. can you give us some insight into the what happened and what your doing. >> thank you for that question. i sometimes refer to it as cosmic convergence. there are several things that went wrong. they all went wrong at the same time and hence we find ourselves in having made a mistake. in the award in the calculations with those awards for the families suff
're always anxious to leave. to take a nap. >> by the way, i have to root for alabama. this is like the hardest 40 whatever we're going to have, 35 days. to end up rooting for alabama. >> that was one of the greatest college games of all time. >> it was a fantastic game. >> and i have a real hook in for bcs tickets, chuck, if you want to talk to me later. >> i don't want to witness that game. i really -- for fear that that team from south bend might win. i don't want to witness that. >> oh. >> i saw once -- i saw them win a national title once. >> where is the hate coming from here? >> come on. >> he's an anti-catholic. >> no, he's not. >> he is. >> go to one miami/notre dame dame and you'd feel it, back in the '80s. >> chuck todd hates the irish, terrible. we're going to see i later on "the rundown." joe klein, thank you for all of your endorsements. >>> coming up next, the cost of by business. a front-page "new york times" investigation began yesterday and today exposes tax incentives and tax rewards some cities and states are shelling out to draw big companies to their communitie
. they would have a press conference and the president would have a nap. it was a very different time. >> there's no question that the president is not somebody who has prioritized evenings with his family, instead of having a bourbon on the rocks. i think some of this is overblown. they stay in the photo room the entire night. >> powerful democratic senators who say this president does not pick up the phone and talk. >> he's not a schmoozer. >> let me. senator mccaskill, seriously, though, at least in the press appear to be being played by both sides, wouldn't you expect the president to walk over to him? the president didn't talk to anybody who didn't have their picture taken. he's in one place. i'm sure speaker boehner went through the photo line. that's not a good example. i'm not arguing the president shouldn't do more face-to-face. i agree. >> put the schmoozing thing aside how do we get from here to there? >> whenever you're in a negotiation the thought process is this. what is the alternative? is it worse? if they do not make this deal on tax rates for the top 2%, then they're going to
take a nap. >> that's fair enough. >> yep. >> what did you learn today? >> actually i learned something fairly serious from david ignacious about the united states policy to the middle east and egyptian president morsi. calm down. we can't inject our values into that system. we have to let it play out. >> very nice. >> i learned from david, whose novels about this twilight world are so wonderful, that there are no analogies we can point to to take comfort from as we go forward. and so we'd better hope that point "a" is also correct. >> i thought the lincoln analogy was dead on. and what a
. >> very nice. >> coming up. can i take a nap in the next segment. >> alli is going to stay here for the next hour and ten minutes. fights breaking out. one person shot over a pair of shoes. you have heard this before. too many times. why don't we hear about the government stepping in here and settling that. michelle malkin has a theory. she joins us top of the hour, guys. >> it's a military tradition at west point that's been around since the days of george washington. that can all explain. we will explain that tradition of what is going to it happen. >> i'm extremely relaxed. like a hot, delicious bowl of chicken noodle soup from campbell's. ♪ let it snow, let it snow military families face, we understan at usaa, we know military life is different. we've been there. that's why every bit of financial advice we offer is geared specifically to current and former military members and their families. [ laughs ] dad! dad! [ applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] life brings obstacles. usaa brings advice. call or visit us online. we're ready to help. >> welcome back, everybody,
% nap will be effective january 2nd. so you could see more boouying the precious metal. a check on copper also seeing bullish moves there as a result of that data out of china. back over to you. >> jackie, thank you very much for that. we are now in the 11th hour. senate has reconvened. harry reid saying at the top of the hour negotiations over the fiscal cliff still going on, but cooperation is needed on both sides. doug holtz ekin is the president of the american action forum. austan goolsbee. i can't think of two guys i'd rather talk about this with than you two. happy new year. >> happy new year. >> let me start with you, austan. you don't think it's likely we get this done today. >> no, i really don't. i know i've been more publicly skeptical over the last couple of months than most anybody, but i still think even today, if they reach some deal, it still has to go back to the house and bring it up and vote on it, and that was kind of the root of the problem before. so i still feel like it's pretty high chance we go over. though i do think there's a pretty good chance that e
the difficulty in the future. i need your help with nap i appreciate the time you've given me. >> a pretty big operation and we're happy to have you here and ask if you would give us your view on the recovery efforts an what the damage looks like from the m.t.a. >> thank you for inviting me to testify before the committee on this critically important issue. i'm the chairman and c.e.o. of the new york transportation authority which is the largest transportation provider in the country. every day the m.t.a. moves 8.5 million safely and securely to their jobs, schools, medical appointments, you name it we get them there. it also includes the new york city buses, the long island railroad, and metro north, as well as seven bridges and two tunnels. along with other transportation systems represented on this panel the m.t.a. is the life blood of a $1.4 trillion regional economy. it makes up 11% of the g.d.p. of the entire country. so over a month ago hurricane sandy brought our system to its knees. we experienced a level of destruction that is unprecedented in our 108-year history. there were eight f
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